This is a camp full of awesome - a 'SUP'er week!


The CWS SUP camp allows kids the opportunity to learn to SUP in calm waters, while also learning about safety and focusing on fun.  Over five days, the campers will learn basic SUP skills and concentrate on different areas of SUP such as balance, steering, paddle etiquette and water safety.  Each day a new lesson is taught on land, before the kids head to the water to apply their new knowledge.  There will be drills, paddle races, beach activities, water games, relays, and much more to help the kids practice their skills.  Everyone also has time every day to learn a super cool new trick or move from their instructor.  Parents are welcome to join in on the last hour on Friday for a complementary session with their kids to see what all the SUP fuss is about!

By the end of the week we expect all our campers to be paddle-boarding at an intermediate level.  They will leave us feeling satisfied and exhausted, with a new developed sense of confidence and independence on the water, on the boards, and socially - with their peers.


Typical Weekly Schedule:


 Monday  Water Safety, SUP basic skills, Fun Games, Individual Skills Assessment
 Tuesday  Safety & Basic Skills Review, Intro to Advanced Turns, Team Challenges, Fun Games
 Wednesday  Intro to SUP Fitness, Skills Challenge, Intro to Race Training, Fun Games
 Thursday  Party Time! Full day of fun, challenges, games and races!
 Friday  Skills review, individualized assessments, Dodge-ball challenge’. Parents + kids paddle time!



Ages:  8 - 14

Length: 9:00am - 12:30pm, Monday through Friday.

Instructor Certifications: PaddleFit, American Canoe Association, Lifesaving, CPR and First Aid.

Cost: $275 a week; 10% discount available for siblings.


Looking to sign your kids up for the whole day?

This camp is a perfect partnership to our Discover Sailing camp (1pm - 4pm).  SUP & SAIL - what could be better!?  Special discounts apply when you book them both.  Click here to book a SUP & Sail camp today.






What to bring: Campers should arrive wearing a swimsuit.  They should bring sunscreen, a towel, long sleeved rash guard (long sleeved shirt that can get wet for sun protection), sunglasses (with a strap), cap or wide brimmed hat, water bottle, snacks, and lunch each day.

What's included: Stand Up Paddle Board, Paddle, personal flotation device (PFD), Qualified Instructor (Maximum student to instructor ratio = 10 to 1), shaded area for free time and lunch, unlimited cooled drinking water, Colorado Watersports named shirt, Colorado Annual State Park Pass. (value $70)


Go to top